The browser hijacker could reach users through various channels, such as bundled software installers downloaded from unreliable file-sharing sites, untrustworthy pop-up ads shown by other similar threats (e.g. adware, potentially unwanted programs, and so on), etc. If it can settle in, the browser hijacker may change specific browser settings or modify particular files to become the user’s default homepage, which means the affected browser should start loading the search engine every time you launch it.
What’s more, our researchers discovered Mytab.club could be showing modified Yahoo search results. The problem with such content is that some of the ads might originate from malicious or scam web pages. In other words, if you click on these ads you may accidentally infect your system with malware or reveal your sensitive data to cyber criminals who could seek to trick you into participating in fake surveys and lotteries, purchasing fake products or services, and so on. This content might not necessarily appear while surfing with this search engine, but there is a possibility you could come across it. For this reason, we advise you not to waste any time with Mytab.club and set a more trustworthy web page to be your homepage.
Those who do not want to see the browser hijacker loaded on their browser ever again should either follow the recommended deletion steps placed just below this text or employ a reputable antimalware tool that could detect the threat and help you eliminate Mytab.club automatically. It seems to us the second option is more beneficial to the system because along with the browser hijacker you could locate and remove other possible threats too. Plus, the tool would strengthen the system and make it less vulnerable to possibly malicious applications.